Celine Dion ‘yet to find drug’ for her rare health condition as sister shares grim update | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV

Celine Dion’s sister Claudette Dion has said they are yet to find a drug that works for the singer’s Stiff-person syndrome diagnosis.

The My Heart Will Go On hitmaker, she adds, is currently being cared for by their sister Linda as they work closely with researchers who specialise in the rare condition.

Speaking to Le Journal de Montreal, she said: “We can’t find drugs, but to give hope, I think it’s important.”

Claudette reassured fans that Celine is working hard on getting better but believes she “mostly needs to rest”.

She added: “She always goes above and beyond [when performing], she always tries to be the best and top of her game.”

She added it was “important” for Celine to “listen” to her heart and body.

The singer’s sister issued an update to shut down ongoing rumours that she will be making an appearance at Quebec this summer.

For clarification, she currently has no plans to return to the stage as she solely focuses on her health.

In December last year, the singer shared a heartfelt message to fans explaining her condition.

She revealed the rare disorder had been causing spasms, which affected her mobility and vocal chords.

Remaining hopeful however, she said she had “great team of doctors working alongside her” and is being supported by her “precious children”.

Her decline in health however also meant she had to postpone some of her performances.

“I miss you so much I miss seeing all of you being on the stage performing for you I always give 100 percent when I do my show but my condition is now allowing me to give you that right now,” she continued.

Alongside her announcement on Instagram, she revealed she had rescheduled her 2023 tour dates to 2024.

In May however, she announced she had no choice but to also cancel all of her commitments.

At the time, she added she had been working with a sports medicine therapist to build up her strength, but admitted it had “been a struggle”.

“All I know is singing, it’s what I’ve done all my life and it’s what I love to do the most,” she wrote.

“I miss you so much. I miss seeing all of you being on the stage performing for you.

“I always give 100 per cent when I do my show but my condition is now allowing me to give you that right now.”

Stiff-person syndrome, according to Mayo Clinic, is a rare disorder of motor function characterized by involuntary stiffness of axial muscles and superimposed painful muscle spasms, which are often induced by startle or emotional stimuli.

The disorder affects one in a million worldwide and there is currently no cure.

Denial of responsibility! yesspdf.com is an automatic aggregator around the global media. All the content are available free on Internet. We have just arranged it in one platform for educational purpose only. In each content, the hyperlink to the primary source is specified. All trademarks belong to their rightful owners, all materials to their authors. If you are the owner of the content and do not want us to publish your materials on our website, please contact us by email – at loginhelponline@gmail.com The content will be deleted within 24 hours.

Read original article here

Leave A Reply